George And Amal Clooney's Twins Were Born In The Same Hospital As The Royals

Amal Clooney reportedly gave birth to her twins, Ella and Alexander, at the exclusive Lindo wing where Prince George and Princess Charlotte were born.


If it's not Ben Affleck's son catching a cold from Prince George or Barack Obama trying to get a high-five from the little royal tyke, it sounds like every A-lister is on a mission to get closer to the royal family.

And, now it's the turn of George and Amal Clooney, who's twins were reportedly delivered in the same birthing suit where both Prince George and Princess Charlotte were born, and Prince William and Harry.


According to the Daily Mail, Clooney's twins – Alexander and Ella – came into the world on 6 June at the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital in London's Paddington, after Clooney reportedly paid for three adjacent rooms, with individual hospital rooms costing upwards of £5,700 a night.

The Mail reports one room was reserved for the 39-year-old new mum and her two children, the second for the Ocean's Eleven actor and guests, and the third for the family's security.

And it sounds like no expense was spared, with suites at the Lindo wing coming complete with en suite bathrooms, wifi, a hotel-style room service and a champagne menu.

And something makes us think the champers was flowing the day of the Clooney twins' birth.

Kate Middleton gave birth to Prince George at St Mary's Hospital in July 2013 and welcome her and Prince William's little girl, Princess Charlotte, in May 2015.

Meanwhile, Princess Diana gave birth to William and Harry at the private wing in 1982 and 1984, respectively.

Well, if it's good enough for the royals, right George and Amal?

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